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No runnable method in JUnit test Suites (Initialization error)

I am trying to implement JUnit TestSuites with my 3 Test Classes and run them at the same time. But when ever I run that test suite it gives me error as Initialization Error with “No runnable method found.” This is my test Suite class named as This is JUnitTesting_AddPatientPage.class This is my JUnitTesting_DentalCategoryPage.class This is my JUnitTesting_LoginPage After

Junit test with jsonPath doesn’t find the matching content

I have this simple unit test:- .andDo(MockMvcResultHandlers.print()); prints out this:- I can see there is “city”:”espoo”. How do I match this. I tired:- It give error:- DEBUG org.springframework.test.web.servlet.TestDispatcherServlet – Completed 200 OK DEBUG com.jayway.jsonpath.internal.path.CompiledPath – Evaluating path: $.size() DEBUG com.jayway.jsonpath.internal.path.CompiledPath – Evaluating path: $[‘city’] java.lang.AssertionError: No value at JSON path “$.city” Answer The response is of type Array: Therefore you

Mocking nested retrofit api calls using MockWebServer

I am writing a junit test using okhttp3.mockwebserver for a retrofit2 rest api. The trimmed down api looks like this: The api is then injected to another class which delegates the calls thusly: I do the following in my test: Because the implementation of cancelOrder() calls api.cancelOrder() and then api.getOrders(), I added two mocked responses corresponding to each. However, looks

Using QuarkusTestExtension in combination with another JUnit extension leads to exception

Is it possible to use the QuarkusTestExtension from Quarkus in combination with the SoftAssertionsExtension from AssertJ? I would like to run a Quarkus test which implicitly calls softAssertions.assertAll() after a test which uses AssertJ’s soft assertions. I’m always encountering an exception, though. Context: I’m using io.quarkus:quarkus-junit5:1.13.3.Final and org.assertj:assertj-core:3.21.0. This is the annotation which I`ve created. This is my test. Inspired

Java does not catch exception

I am trying to implement lambda expression for constructor. My constructor can throw an IllegalArgumentException. I tried different ways. First way is just calling lambda expression: It works perfectly fine, I can catch Exception and then parse it. The problem occurs when I try to use my own interface: and then I use it as: But the last line of

Condition fails in Junit5 & Mockito

I am trying to write the test case for my application and I cannot get past a condition even after providing what is expected, from what I know. Here is my test class. My implementation. The test doesn’t go past the if condition. The test does not cover the code after the condition as it turns true all the time.

JUnit 5 and Test Suites

We have a pure JUnit-5 project and we want to categories our unit tests. To do so, what I understand is we need to include the JUnit-4 @RunWith(JUnitPlatform.class). In Intellij-Idea I can run all or just test suites without problems but I get an error on the execution with maven: in Intellij-Idea some test cases fail on the console I

Mockito bug when testing [closed]

Closed. This question needs debugging details. It is not currently accepting answers. Edit the question to include desired behavior, a specific problem or error, and the shortest code necessary to reproduce the problem. This will help others answer the question. Closed last year. Improve this question Here is my implementation: And the test: Test failed the result below: Never wanted